Cam has won! He is the recipient of the prestigious Loran Scholarship for 2017. One of only 33 recipients in the country, he takes home the $100,000.00 scholarship and is now a part of the Loran legacy.
This organization, which seeks out leaders of character, truly invests in its scholars. Each scholar is appointed a mentor, attends annual workshops, seminars and retreats. They help with a networking program and aid in summer internships. The Loran Scholarship is an investment in a young person’s potential future path of high impact.
Cam is planning to attend the University of Toronto in the fall where he will begin his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology. He plans to continue either with Medicine or Physiotherapy. The University of Toronto has already had Cam out to practice with the water polo team in November and he hopes to be made a full team member once he starts in September.
Congratulations to Cam Carter, who is one of the only 84 finalists for the prestigious Loren Award. Read all about it here in the Abby Newspaper!
You are invited to spend an evening with us! Come and join us for our annual Open House on Thursday, February 16 from 6-8pm. This is a chance for prospective families to tour the school, ask questions and see what SJB has to offer!
The Fall Musical is well underway! It is so exciting to see so many of our students participating in this production. From set design, costumes, musicians, actors and stage crew, almost 1/4 of the entire student body is involved. LOVE IT!
In sporting news, the volleyball, soccer and cross country teams are doing great in their divisions. The race to claim playoff spots is on and SJB is looking in good position for post season play!
The craziness of the start of school is over and we hope that you are all settling into the routines of the new school year smoothly. Every student in this school is important and valued at SJB. Please know that above all! Now, it’s time to let that school spirit show and get involved in the many clubs and activities that are offered.
If you haven’t already heard, our Fine Arts Musical Production is CINDERELLA! This production incorporates the time and talents of over 100 students in the areas of drama, set production, band, AV, stage crew and more. Make sure you talk to Mr. Woitowitsch or Mrs. Lindenbach to see where your talents can best be put to use.
Fall sports are also underway, Boys soccer, girls volleyball and cross country are currently training. If sweating is not your thing, but you still love to be a part of the action, join the scorekeepers club. Please see Mrs. Bryson for more information. (And if you’re not on the team, check out the sports schedules and come and cheer on our team in the stands!)
Calligraphy Club is another great way to spend an afternoon. See Mrs. Campbell for one of the coveted spots in her club and learn this great art form.